Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Majorca holidays

Places in Majorca: Alcudia, Ca'n Pastilla, Ca'n Picafort, Cala Bona, Cala d'Or, Cala Mayor, Cala Millor, Cala Ratjada, Cala San Vicente, Cala Vinas, Calas de Majorca, Costa d'en Blanes, El Arenal, Illetas, Magalluf, Paguera, Palma Nova, Playa de Palma, Port Adriano, Portals Nous, Porto Colom, Porto Cristo, Puerto de Pollensa , S'Illot, Sa Coma, Santa Ponsa
Known as one of the party places of the Balearic Islands, Majorca has so much more to be discovered, with resorts to suit all tastes its understandable that visitors return year after year. Just 2 - 2 and a half-hours away from the UK, Majorca entices many travellers to explore its many coastal resorts. Magalluf is renowned for its lively party atmosphere into the early hours, Santa Ponsa is a popular family resort and Playa de Palma boasts one of the best beaches in Majorca. Alcudia, in the North of the island, offers a slice of history from its medieval town with a contrast of beach filled days there's so much choice at this popular coastal resort. Come and explore the other fantastic resorts available at this sunny haven.

Home to a selection of hotels and apartments there is something to suit all budgets and needs, whether it is a specific star rating, board basis or facility, Majorca can cater for everyone. Families flock to Majorca each year for the huge variety of activities available day and night. A family favourite is a day at the fun filled water parks of either Magalluf or Alcudia enjoying the outdoor pools and water flumes. Are you brave enough to experience the Kamikaze? Don't tire yourself out too much for the night comes alive and its party time. Magalluf is a favourite with young adults and provides an adrenaline filled atmosphere into the night. For a more tamed down evening opt for the pretty resort of Puerto de Pollensa and enjoy a drink overlooking the glistening sea in one of the many beachfront cafes.

Beyond the beaches and bars Majorca has many areas to be explored. Head to the Caves of Drach and see the fascinating underground beauty, take a trip to Palma, Majorca's capital, for a spot of shopping. With so many shops you'll be spoilt for choice or opt for a gentle stroll around the old castles and cathedrals. Whatever you want to do Majorca has it all from lazy days to history to the lively Majorca hotspots.

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